Best Indian Food & Restaurants In Gloucestershire

Our guide to some of the best Indian restaurants in Gloucestershire. This includes some for dining in, or others for takeaway or delivery. There are also some delicious Nepalese eateries serving traditional cuisine in the county. I favour tasty over heat when choosing South Asian cuisine, especially from the chef’s specials menu if possible.

Indian Restaurants Gloucestershire

There are loads of options for Indian restaurants and takeaways in Gloucestershire. The spicy foods are often a great treat for lovers of the region’s foods.

Nepalese Chef Gloucester

On London Road, near to St Peters Church, is Nepalese Chef, one of my favourite restaurants for South Asian food. Nepalese chef has a nice clean restaurant with a great vibe complimented with great service. The food here is delicious and full of lots of interesting and unique dishes to try. The beer menu is interesting too, with draught Gloucester Gold and a Nepalese lager called Gurkha.

Nepalese Chef

The menu has meat, fish or vegetarian options, with dishes of varying flavours and heats. One of the standout starters is the Nepali Sekuwa, which is a country style cooked Nepalese barbecued lamb. They marinade this with homemade natural herbs and spices and cooked in a tandoori oven. Nepalese Chef offers a delivery service to some areas within the city. You can either order via their website or on Just Eat.

Spicy Kalkata Club

Spicy Kalkata Club is an Indian restaurant in Longlevens, Gloucester, who also provides a home delivery takeaway service. They currently have a special offer, they are currently offering a special offer on a 2-Course Indian meal with a choice of Side Dish.

Spicy Kalkata Club Gloucester

This spiced subcontinental feast can kick off with a starter such as chicken or vegetable pakora, garlic mushrooms or onion bhajee. The mains showcase a range of classic curries, including traditional vegetable korma, vindaloo, pathia, saag or madras. Side Dishes include a choice of plain naan or pilau rice.

Indian Brasserie Cheltenham

Two-Course Indian Meal for Two or Four at Indian Brasserie

The Indian Brasserie in Cheltenham’s menu includes a wide selection of chicken, lamb and seafood dishes. Also, they serve several vegetarian options, and if diners struggle to choose what to eat, they can opt for the chef’s recommendation. Indian Brasserie restaurant serves Southern Indian and also tasty Balti food in a relaxed atmosphere.

Indian Brasserie

The restaurant’s menu includes a wide selection of chicken, lamb and also seafood dishes. However, they also serve several vegetarian options. If diners struggle to choose what to eat, they can opt for the chef’s recommendation with a set menu.

The Ballroom in Cheltenham

Highly rated fine dining Indian restaurant The Ballroom is in Cheltenham, serving Bengali inspired cuisine. The Ballroom has an excellent reputation for their food and service; people also know them for being family friendly. In their dishes, they use fresh quality ingredients in both the restaurant and the takeaway menu. Some specialities include; Chicken Jafrani cooked in a clay oven, chicken mowchak served with prawns or Lamb Sangum cooked with spinach and fresh herbs.

Rajdoot in Stroud

Stroud restaurant Rajdoot is near to the town centre and serves food from India. Rajdoot is unique in how their creative head chef creates daily specials so you can try something new every visit. They decorate the dining area in what they call a soft-industrial style and they have an open kitchen. Radjoot pride themselves on using fresh and healthy ingredients to create nutritious meals.

Their recent special menu items include; Chicken & Keema Massala Balti. They dice chicken and minced lamb in a sauce of herbs, spices, fresh tomato, butter and cream. Chana Shad Paneer, a lightly spiced chickpea & cottage cheese dish.

Indian Cookery Classes Gloucestershire

Learn to cook Indian Curry, attend a Cooking Class at Our Mother’s Kitchen in Longlevens, Gloucester. Learn to cook lamb, chicken or a vegetarian curry, which you can both enjoy on-site and take home. Cookery equipment, ingredients, and aprons which Mother’s Kitchen provides.

They organise cookery classes for groups of up to five people and last for about 2.5 hours. Students will make a large portion of curry to enjoy on site and take home, including rice or naan.

Our Mother’s Kitchen is a family business that shared their mum’s recipes with the world via teaching how to make them. Cooking classes feature traditional Indian and also Pakistani cuisine.